Back in late November we first mentioned the Motorola Motus, since this post we haven’t heard a lot about this handset, however we have heard that it may be called the MB300, the Backflip or the Enzo instead.
With the recent success of the CLIQ and the Droid it is not a surprise to hear that this handset will run the Android 1.5, the handset will also utilize the MOTOBLUR UI.
What is pretty unique about this handset is the way in which the QWERTY keyboard is used, rather than slide out from beneath the display it instead flips out from the underside of the handset, meaning that when the keyboard is folded away it is actually on full display on the underside of the handset.
The handset’s specifications are not too bad either, it features a 3.1 inch touchscreen display which supports a resolution of 320×480 and a 5 megapixel camera. The handset features a 528MHz Qualcomm processor with a 512MB ROM and 256MB RAM, as you would probably expect the handset also features WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth connectivity.
To see a few photos of the handset along with a more detailed specification listing check out SlashGear.
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